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Diamond Cut (Shape)

Diamonds come in a variety of shapes: round (also called brilliant), princess (square), asscher, marquise, radiant, emerald, oval, heart, pear, cushion, etc. Shape influences the diamond’s price, sometimes substantially.

The choice of a diamond shape is a matter of personal preference, style, and budget.

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Diamond Carat

Carat is a measure of diamond weight (5 carats = 1 gram = 0.0353 oz). The larger the carat weight, the higher the price of a diamond. Note that carat weight does not mean size. A 2-carat diamond does not appear to be twice the size of a 1-carat diamond if viewed from the top.

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Diamond Cut (Grade)

The diamond cut is a grade for the stone cutter’s craftsmanship quality. It largely determines the diamond’s brilliance and sparkle. The cut grade is determined based on the symmetry of the diamond’s facets, quality of the polish, weight to carat ratio, and other aspects. Cut is measured on a five-point scale: from Ideal to Poor.

Look for information about the cut in the diamond’s certificate.

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Diamond Color

Diamonds come in various colors: colorless and "fancy" colors, such as red, blue, green, and even black. Colorless diamonds, though, also vary in color from completely colorless to slightly yellow. The more yellow the diamond appears to be, the less expensive it is. Color is graded on a scale from D (100% colorless, most expensive) to Z (yellow, least expensive).

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Diamond Clarity

Diamonds feature all sorts of imperfections–internal inclusions, such as tiny bubbles and cracks, and external blemishes, such as scratches and polish lines. Imperfections, if substantial, may negatively impact a diamond’s brilliance and fire. The more "perfect" the diamond is, the more expensive it is. Clarity is graded on a scale from FL (flawless) to I3 (3rd degree of "inclusions").

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